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Announcements

All the latest news from the Film Society of Lincoln Center including lineups for our series, festivals, and events, plus information about our education and artist initiatives.

Tribute to Andrzej Wajda This February

This eleven-film tribute, February 9-16, will include the New York premiere of Afterimage, Wajda’s final film .

Film Society Staff Top 10 Lists 2016

We invited our staff to pick their top 10 films of the year and answer a few questions about their most memorable cinematic experiences of 2016.

The New Film Society Quarterly Programming Brochure

If you received the Film Society of Lincoln Center's new programming brochure in the mail, or picked one up in our theaters, you may notice things look a little different...

Neighboring Scenes Returns with New Latin American Cinema

Running January 26-31, the 2017 edition features 15 films from nine countries, 11 of them premieres, half directed by women, with many of the filmmakers in person.

Watch: Three Trailers for Steadicam Retrospective

Going Steadi: 40 Years of Steadicam, our celebration of the impact of this essential filmmaking tool, starts today and continues through January 3.

Special Events Announced for 26th New York Jewish Film Festival

Highlights include a tribute to Weimar cabaret star Valeska Gert and a celebration of Zero Mostel & Gene Wilder with a screening of 'The Producers.'

Film Comment Announces 2016 Best-of-Year Lists

Maren Ade’s 'Toni Erdmann,' Barry Jenkins’s 'Moonlight,' and Paul Verhoeven’s 'Elle' took the top spots among films released in 2016 in Film Comment’s annual end-of-year survey.

Main Slate of 26th New York Jewish Film Festival Revealed

Highlights include new films by Amos Gitai and Radu Jude, documentaries about Bette Midler and Ohad Naharin, and more

Moonlight Director Barry Jenkins’s Films and Inspirations Coming in January

The Film Society is pleased to announce Illuminating Moonlight, a selection of major works of queer, black, and international art cinema handpicked by Moonlight director Barry Jenkins, to take place January 4–9.

Lineup for 45th Dance on Camera Festival Announced

The festival highlights dance luminaries on screen including Martha Graham, Merce Cunningham, Trisha Brown, and Maurice Béjart, with in-person appearances by David Gordon, Marcelo Gomes, Marie Lindqvist, and Rosario Suarez, Oscar-winning director Jonathan Demme, and many more.
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